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..likely to be one of the 'links' that the next Penguin is going to hate?!?! I just posted several links and photos there today and am gettin over a hundred views on each (not many click-throughs though) - nice bit of extra cash (if I include the bonus I also received!!!) but worried that the Penguin might attack my hubpage articles!!!!!!
I'm kinda thinking it's bad - so I'll probably just upload pictures, videos and add some blog entries...
I have been using Redgage for a couple of years but the site has lots of tech issues. However it does give me views. Keep in mind that it ranks much lower than HP
RedGage is an OK site for backlinks. The links, however, just aren't very valuable because the individual page where the link appears generally has a low PageRank. But, it's not considered a spam backlink. And, if you're getting great traffic, that's all the more reason to continue using that site.
Please be careful with those back link sites, some are OK. Like, I trust Digg and StumbleUpon. I am not sure about a lot of those others, and they can cause you problems with the Google gods. Thanks so much for sharing this!
I'm going to concentrate on uploading pictures and videos that don't link back to my articles - at least I can earn a few dollars while I wait for my HP revenue to come back!!!
Link them to your Tumblr... you do have a Tumblr right? ... then link your Tumblr to your Hubs or other blogs.... Tumblr is one of the fastest growing social sites and is about to be acquired by Yahoo which will should give it a pretty good boost, even though it gets a pretty good boost all on its own.
by Catherine Giordano14 months ago
I've been putting some short articles on niume which include a link back to a hub. The links to the niche sites work fine, but I have just discovered that links to classic HP either load very very slowly or give a...
by Chuck Bluestein4 years ago
Earlier I posted that people should go and make links going to other sites that do not belong to you nofollow. Then someone mentioned that if your hubber score is less than 85 then "every link" will be...
by Robert Loescher4 years ago
How do I verify my Amazon Links?Recently my Links have not generated sales. I have called Amazon and they claim my links inside of hubpage articles are "not valid". When they test the links on their end, they...
by salt8 years ago
anyone know how to link to redgauge? I managed one article, but I have seen some peoples links where they have a hubpages symbol there?
by Simon Cook7 years ago
I'm trying to build my 'network' of blogs by linking to relevant blogs, and having them link me. My blog is dedicated to the process of making money with writing and therefore I am only looking for blogs that relate to...
by scarlton8 years ago
Should I list my hubs as blogs or as links. I can't enter contests, and I want to make sure I am getting backlinks.
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